Ecology and Habitats
Dietary Needs and Habits
Uses, Products & Exploitation
Perception and Sensory Capabilities
Civilization and Culture
Major Language Groups and Dialects
Interspecies Relations and Assumptions
Tlaxxi dragons value individual strength and courage. The males spar frequently amongst each other to practice their skills, and stronger females have been known to participate as well.
Lurienne dragons value devotion in all relationships, forming close-knit groups within their society. They are generous and loving towards their friends and family, periodically devising new ways to show their appreciation for the relationship.
Soulfire dragons value intelligence over all else. They are great patrons and thieves of the arts, viewing creativity as a window into the inner workings of the mind.
The title of Dragonkin is awarded to a non-dragon who has earned the respect of a Soulfire Feral Dragon through intelligence, wit, or artistic talent. The title is respected by other Soulfire dragons, and generally ignored by the Tlaxxi and Lurienne.
Noble dragons are mythical and benevolent creatures, as well as shrewd craftsmen and politicians, capable of blending into the world of Fillimet through use of their bipedal form.